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A dramatization of author Alex Haley's family line from ancestor Kunta Kinte's enslavement to his descendants' liberation, August 31 at 10A/9C & September 1 at 9A/8C.
Kimberly Michelle Pate was (born in Memphis, Tennessee) is a R&B and Soul singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. She first received notice in 2009 with the charting single “Fakin’ It” featuring the Missy Elliott. K Michelle’s career started when she signed to Jive Records in December of 2008. However, in October of 2011, her contact was bought out my RCA Records. During her tenure with the label, she released “I Just Can’t Do This” and “How Many Times.” Both records charted in the top 100 bracket of Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. The talented artist has collaborated with artist such as Trina, Usher, Akon and R.Kelly – the latter of which she credits as her mentor. Michelle also credits Whitney Houston and Mary J Blige amongst her list of influencers. In 2012, K. Michelle joined the cast of VH1 reality TV series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, and remained a staple cast member for two seasons. She is slated to be featured on the upcoming season of the “New York” branch of the franchise. Following her appearance on the hit series, Michelle signed a deal with Warner Bro. Records, and released her debut studio album Rebellious Soul. The record charted at #2 on the Billboard 200 list upon its release.
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